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  1. Under the new law, punishments include jail term of between one to five years and fine worth INR15,000.
  2. Indian media reports that their Home Ministry has formally notified a law allowing any Indian to purchase land in IoK, Ladakh
  3. PML-N leader says government aims at having Oct 25 rally in Quetta fail under the pretext of security threats
  4. ?It is imperative for the lawyers? fraternity that they continue to support democratic forces in their struggle," says Bilawal
  5. Government to soon bring bill regarding punishment for sexual assault of women, children and transgenders
  6. When Indian actors have some nasty run-ins with the law, news outlets, as well as the common public, have a field day, thanks to the voyeuristic sensibilities that we have developed. Obviously, when it comes to Indian singers and musicians, the fervour among audiences is not different at all. © Viral Bhayani For some reason, most of us think that musicians and singers lead a larger and wilder lifestyle, and have come to expect them to be involved in all kinds of stuff, from hard drugs to an insane drinking habit. More often than not, this might not be the case. However, when we see them get embroiled in a legal battle, we often assume that the people in question live a wild life. © Twitter/its_badshah Here are a few singers and musicians that have been embroiled in some or the other legal battle over the years, which their fans want to forget. 1. Daler Mehndi - Human Trafficking © Wiki Commons Daler Mehendi was actually convicted in a case back from 2003, which accused him of being involved in a human trafficking ring. He was sentenced to two years in prison, but was later granted bail by a district court in Patiala. Apparently, the singer, along with a couple of his brothers would charge up to a crore to take people abroad as a part of their touring troupe and drop them off in USA. 2. Honey Singh - Obscenity & Outraging The Modesty Of Women © Twitter/asliyoyo It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but Honey Singh, like a number of Punjabi Rappers, has been accused of obscene lyrics, and outraging the modesty of women, a number of times now. Several police complaints have been filed against the rapper, a number of times. However, things got a little serious for the rapper when an infamous song by the name of Volume 2, whch glorified sexual misconduct and rape, were attributed to him. Honey Singh & his camp have maintained that they did not have anything to do with the song. 3. Badshah - Outraging The Modesty Of Women & Insulting Religious Sentiments © Twitter/its_badshah Badshah’s Genda Phool has caused him more pain than any other song perhaps. First of all there was the bruhaha over cultural appropriation and issues with credits to the original singer, Ratan Kahar. Once that thing was settled, a West Bengal NGO filed a formal complaint, stating that Badshah offended Bengali sentiments by showing Bengali Women in a vulgar manner. The complaint also stated that it hurt religious sentiments by showing the Goddess Durga in a vulgar manner. The complaint eventually led to an FIR. 4. Mika Singh - Sexual Misconduct & Outraging The Modesty Of Women © Viral Bhayani Mika Singh just had to make it to this list. Although he has been embroiled in a number of cases over the years, including possession of illegal currency and alcohol, the two main legal cases of his that are well known for is one involving Rakhi Sawant, and one involving a 17-year-old Brazillian model, for which he was arrested in Dubai. Apparently, he sent some unsolicited nude photos to the minor, and behaved inappropriately, after promising the model a role in a Bollywood film. 5. Aditya Narayan - Rash Driving & Endangering The Lives Of Others © Sony Entertainment Aditya Narayan too has been embroiled in a number of controversies. A few years back, he was seen in a video verbally abusing and getting into a physical altercation with the ground staff of a reputed airline. Soon after that, he was arrested for crashing into an auto and seriously injuring the driver, and a passenger. Although not much details of the case are available in public forums, several reports claimed, that at the time of the accident, Narayan was under the influence, and was intoxicated behind the wheels. 6. Papon - Sexual Misconduct With A Minor © Wiki Commons While judging a reality singing contest, Papon allegedly kissed and inappropriately touched a minor girl. Papon was mentoring the girl in the show. Apparently, the incident took place when they were shooting a celebration sequence for Holi. Papon was charged under POSCO or the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act of 2012, and is under trial. 7. Ankit Tiwari - Sexual Misconduct & Rape © Twitter/ATFans Ankit Tiwari made headlines in 2014 when he and his brother were accused of raping a 28-year-old woman. In 2017, the court acquitted the singer and his brother, after the woman changed her statement was deemed hostile. However, after the hearings, she gave a number of interviews, where she claimed that she was forced to change her statement. The most recent development of the case is that it was being considered to be reinvestigated, once the case is reopened. 8. Sidhu Moosewaala - Violations Of The Arms Act © Twitter/sidhumoosewala A Punjabi singer who has been rising among the ranks of the most popular Punjabi singers, Sidhu Moosewaala, is also currently under investigation, after a video clip showing him shoot an AK-47 at a firing range went viral. Common citizens are not allowed at any firing ranges, and neither are they allowed to own and possess automatic firearms. View the full article
  7. Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa visits Corps HQ Karachi; briefing on operational matters and internal security situation given
  8. When a cricketer plays for India, they achieve such a status where people start looking up to them as their idol and believe that they could do no wrong. But that would have to be an ideal world and ideal worlds donât exist. There are many cricketers who found themselves in trouble for illegal acts they âmay or may notâ have committed and have had to spend some time at the police station after being booked. Here are the top four Indian cricketers out of them: 1. S Sreesanth © Reuters Former Indian pacer, S Sreesanth spent almost a month in Tihar jail after he along with two of his other Rajasthan Royals teammates were found guilty of spot-fixing during the sixth season of the Indian Premier League. In an interview with The Indian Express, he even described his time behind bars. "There was this guy - murderer and rapist - who used to abuse me a lot. Every other word was an abuse. I was scared of him. I soon realised I had to do something about it. I started to speak to him and I remember after a few days he said, 'Tere me to dum nahi, teri to fatt gayi... Saath rehna, tero ko karne ke liye bohot log hai. (You are scared. Stay with me. Lots of people want to target you)'," the cricketer had said in 2019. 2. Vinod Kambli © Reuters Vinod Kambli and his wife were booked for allegedly assaulting their maid and wrongfully confining her at their home for three days following an argument over payment disagreement. âShe accused that the couple had not allowed her to return home and wrongfully confined for three days, when she demanded her wages,â said Mumbai Police spokesperson Dhananjay Kulkarni. Kambli later rejected all the allegations and his wife, Andrea even made a public statement about how she was warned by the Badra Police about the maidâs instability and that âsheâs into drugsâ. 3. Amit Mishra © Reuters According to The Times of India, a friend of former Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra, registered a complaint against the cricketer for assault in 2015. On October 27, he was even arrested but released moments later in Bengaluru. 4. Navjot Singh Sindhu © Reuters Navjot Singh Sindhu had confessed to engaging in a fistfight with a 65-year-old man named Gurnam Singh back in 1988 after they got into an altercation in the middle of the road. Singh was declared dead by the time he was rushed to the hospital. After the case went on for almost 30 years since the incident, in 2018, the Supreme Court announced that Sidhu was guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder but he wasnât imprisoned. View the full article
  9. IPHRC says 'illegal' domicile law is "an attempt to alter demographic and geographic status of Indian-occupied Kashmir".
  10. Firm says MSR's arrest part of wider pattern of "weaponising NAB procedures to shut down critics of the government".
  11. Pakistan Bar Council has demanded Minister of Law Farogh Naseem be expelled
  12. A newspaper had reported that efforts were being made to fill vacant slots before Khalid Javed Khan takes over
  13. Bollywood stars Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan: File photoMUMBAI: The Indian government invited numerous Bollywood stars and film industry personalities to a private gathering on Sunday in an effort to garner support for a new citizenship law that has triggered weeks of sometimes violent protests nationwide. At least 25 people have been killed so far in clashes with the police during five weeks of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA. If combined with a proposed national register of citizens, critics of the CAA fear it will discriminate against India’s Muslim minority and chip away at its secular constitution. Two industry sources told Reuters they had received invites to Sunday’s gathering at a five-star hotel in Mumbai. Roughly 20 to 25 people from both the Hindi and Marathi film industry are expected to attend the event, one of the sources said. An invitation seen by Reuters said the event hosted by two senior leaders of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) aimed to “facilitate a discussion on myths and realities pertaining to the (CAA)”. Wooing Bollywood stars, who have a huge social media following among Indians of all faiths, could help the BJP alter some of the negative narrative around the new law. The law, and the outrage it has prompted, pose a dilemma for a film industry that has some big-name Muslim personalities, but caters predominantly to India’s majority Hindu population. A handful of Bollywood figures have condemned the CAA, while some others have faced criticism for not weighing in on the issue. Modi, who spearheads the Hindu nationalist BJP, has often appeared alongside actors and film industry figures at public events. The industry has, in turn, produced films that some critics have said approached political endorsements. On Saturday, more than 100,000 people took part in a peaceful protest against the CAA in the southern city of Hyderabad. Further protests were planned on Sunday in Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and several other Indian cities. A source close to the BJP who is involved in organising Sunday’s private gathering said several party leaders had been enlisted to help explain the rationale of the CAA to various professional groups such as lawyers.
  14. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi addresses a press conference in Multan. Photo: Geo News MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday said that Narendra Modi's controversial anti-Muslim citizenship law has split India into "two schools of thoughts" and exposed the Indian government's "Hindutva" mindset. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, passed by the Indian parliament on December 11, offers citizenship to refugees of several faiths including, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism but does not grant the same to Muslims. The statute, deemed "fundamentally discriminatory" by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, has triggered widespread protests in India, of which Qureshi took note in his press conference in Multan today. “There are protests all over India because of the Citizenship Amendment Act. India is completely divided over the move. It is split into two schools of thoughts,” he said. “The entire country is out on the streets protesting against the law. Twenty-five people have been killed in protests so far,” the foreign minister detailed. Qureshi said that the Indian authorities' internet blackout in India's northern states "has unmasked [Indian Prime Minister Narendra] Modi’s Hindutva thinking". He said that Muslims, Hindu and Sikhs have all been protesting against the controversial law, noting that even the chief ministers of several states, including Assam and Madhya Pradesh, have been leading the rallies. 'India's global image stands tarnished' The foreign minister said that the world has also taken notice of the issue. “The international media has been publishing scathing editorials over what is happening in India,” he said, adding that "India’s image has been tarnished all over the world." Qureshi also addressed the situation in occupied Kashmir, which has been under a lockdown for nearly five months. He said that Islamabad has asked newly appointed Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud to have the issue of occupied Kashmir discussed at Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). “The Saudi foreign minister has assured us that he will raise the issue at the forum,” he added. 'No dialogue until situation in occupied Kashmir is resolved'Qureshi dismissed the possibility of any dialogue with India until the issue in occupied Kashmir is resolved. “Due to the situation in occupied Kashmir, Islamabad is not mentally ready to sit down with New Delhi,” Qureshi said. The foreign minister further said that Islamabad had written a letter to the United Nations (UN) over India’s military maneuvers in occupied Kashmir on December 12. “The letter states how India can affect peace in the region. On the basis of our letter, China has requested that military observers brief the UN about the situation in Kashmir.” “The world should know what India is capable of,” he asserted. “We are aware of our responsibilities and are doing what we can on diplomatic and political fronts.” Qureshi again urged the human rights bodies to take notice of the issue in occupied Kashmir. “The issue of Kashmir has taken such a turn for worse that we need an OIC session of the foreign ministers. We are trying to have the session as soon as possible,” he said. He also said that Pakistan has good relations with all the Muslim countries in the world and that “we will continue to make sure there are no issues between the Muslim countries.”
  15. Swara Bhaskar has won praise from netizens after a recent video of the actress shouting slogans against the controversial Indian citizenship law triggered protests across the country. Thousands have taken to the streets in India to protest against the BJP government's contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) which allows religious minorities from India's neighbouring three Muslim countries to gain citizenship. The law, not applicable on Muslims, has triggered mass protests in the country. Bhaskar, who has appeared in numerous hit Bollywood flicks such as 'Veere Di Wedding', 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' and 'Raanjhanaa' showed everyone she was not willing to sit on the fence by protesting against the ban. In a video that went viral on social media, Bhaskar can be seen shouting 'Hala Bol' slogans against the CAA and demanding the government repeal the controversial amendment. According to political experts, the recent spate of protests pose the most serious risk to Modi since he got elected prime minister in 2014. To quell protests, government has deployed thousands of police as well intermittently ordered mobile data shutdowns at a time people have used social media such as Instagram and TikTok to wage a parallel battle online. Such internet suspensions have been criticized by internet freedom activists.
  16. An Indian Muslim student on Monday refused to accept the gold medal at the Pondicherry University in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the contentious law passed by the Indian government that has triggered protests around the country. Rabeeha Abdurehim, who secured first position in the post-graduate department of Mass Communication, said she was asked to come out of the hall where the convocation was taking place. The special superintendent of police wanted to speak to the student. Rabeeha said maybe police was apprehensive about her stance on the controversial citizenship law. “When I asked the police officers why was I not being allowed to take part in the event, they said they were not sure but the SSP wanted it this way,” Rabeeha said. Rabeeha said the gold medal was "an insult to me and every student fighting against whatever is happening right now. This is my way of protest and it was in solidarity with all the students around India… With every boy, girl, Muslim, Hindu and every Indian out there fighting against CAA and NRC (National Register of Citizens)”. When she was later allowed to enter the hall after the president had left, Rabeeha accepted the certificate but rejected the gold medal. At least 25 people have died in 11 days of demonstrations and violence after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government passed the law, which is being criticised and seen by most as anti-Muslim. More protests took place Sunday and on Monday. The demonstrations have been largely peaceful but protesters have also hurled rocks and torched vehicles, while heavy-handed police tactics including the storming of a Delhi university a week ago have fuelled anger. The law gives religious minority members — Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis, Christians, and Buddhists — from three neighbouring Islamic countries an easier path to citizenship but not if they are Muslim. Islamic groups, the Indian opposition, and others at home and abroad fear this forms part of Modi’s aim to marginalise India’s 200 million Muslims and remould the country as a Hindu nation, something he denies. Authorities have imposed emergency laws, blocked internet access — a common tactic in India — and shut down shops in sensitive areas across the country in an attempt to contain the unrest. More than 7,500 people have either been detained under emergency laws or arrested for rioting, according to state officials, with 5,000 in Uttar Pradesh state alone where 17 people have been killed.
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